The Biz.ONE 2018 conference is complete, and we’re excited to share some of the most valuable takeaways from this year’s conference. From the keynote stage to the evening receptions with networking over delicious food, people were learning from each other and taking steps to better themselves and their businesses.
This article was written by Richard Duffy, Cloud ERP Solutions Evangelist. This article serves as an informational breakdown of why user experience is vital to Cloud ERP Solutions like SAP Business One.
This article was written by Richard Duffy, Subject Matter Expert and Community Evangelist. It serves as an informational breakdown of one of the hottest emerging topics to SAP Business One users, Security.
This article was written by Idit Saguey, Product Expert at SAP. It serves as a fictional example to help users breakdown the questions posed inside of the research report hot-topic, inventory management. If you haven’t read the Biz.ONE Research Report yet, you’ll want to give that a quick skim to provide context.
Introducing Mike Hamm, the Community Director for Biz.ONE. Over the past few years Mike has worked for a technology firm where he spent his time developing an excitement for all things technology and worked directly with servers, cabling, and most things behind the server room door while maintaining strong relationships with customers. Recently, he switched to the conference side, where he is able to bring his technology passion and relationship building expertise to the table and he’s excited to help companies running SAP Business One.
Our research is live and this time around we’ve spent over 260 hours talking SAP Business One with people using the software. But, hosting focus groups, interviews, phone calls, or conversations over coffee means a lot more when you can connect the dots between them to make something new and special.
It’s year two and we are ready for Biz.ONE to be everything that you expect and more – a conference, a community and a place where you can look for solutions and answers with your instance of SAP Business One. That’s a whole lot of fluff that doesn’t mean much until you see exactly how we make these things a reality.